Tag Archives: Florida Bay

Riding in An Ocean-Going Pink Cadillac, NautiLimo

The pink Cadillac looks like it made a wrong turn from the Florida Keys Overseas Highway and ended up in the ocean. Yet, it glides serenely along on the flat-calm waters of Florida Bay. Visitors at the oceanfront Lorelei Restaurant …

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Florida Bay in Dire Need of Freshwater

Florida Bay die off: A fish kill in Florida Bay includes dead toadfish, mullet, pinfish and redfish. Photo by Pete Frezza with Florida Keys Audubon

Dying and dead floating seagrass and fish kills from low dissolved oxygen in Florida Bay are a main topic of conversation in the Florida Keys. According to the Everglades Foundation, lack of freshwater flow has killed 50,000 acres of sea …

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South Florida News: Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration

Everglades Restoration

Sportfishing Industry Encourages Long-term Solutions for Everglades Restoration The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) supports efforts being made on the federal and state levels to address Florida’s water quality issues that can have an impact on fisheries habitat and management. A record-breaking amount …

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Sail & Power Squadrons: Having Fun, Saving Lives

Sail & Power Squadrons: Having Fun, Saving Lives :Pompano Beach’s Monthly Raft up Lake Boca. Courtesy of James McEntee

Florida is a boater’s paradise, with approximately 8,250 miles of tidal coastline, 1,700 miles of rivers and streams, and 3 million acres of lakes, but for the unprepared, it can also be a boater’s nightmare. Nationwide, eighty percent of boating …

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